Two-Deep Leadership, two registered adult leaders, or one adult and a parent of a participatingScout, one of whom must be at least 21 years of age or older, are required for all trips andoutings. There should be a minimum of one adult for every five youths in attendance (alwayswith a minimum of two, of course). Each participating Varsity Scout Team should also have anappointed Team Captain who will be responsible for leading and coordinating all of his team’sefforts. Information will be furnished to the Team Captains or squad leaders throughout therendezvous for relaying to their teams. If a team has more than 6 youth, a team captain shouldlead one squad and a squad leader should lead the other. Adult leaders will be required to standback and allow the Team Captain’s and squad leaders to carry out his duties and to run the Teamand or squad, both at registration as well as during the activities.
The form and payment are to be turned into the Varsity San Tan Districts. Contact Stephen W.Follett 480-234-5405 or firstname.lastname@example.org
• Fees and registration must be turned in to consider a team registered!
A tour permit is required.
Coaches are required to have "evidence of fitness assured by a complete health history fromphysician and parent, or legal guardian" for every boy and leader. Use the
Medical RecordClass 2 form
for all youth and adults. Also, as a reminder, this form is good for one year only.The Team Captain will present a completed form for each youth and adult leader at check-in
ones that will be still valid as of the Wilderness Challenge may be turned in at registration tospeed up the registration process.
Medical Consent Forms
Each participating youth and adult
have a completed Medical Consent form
even if the parent is in attendance
. These forms insure that prompt medical attention may be given in caseof need. These forms along with the others required, will be presented at check-in
may beincluded at the time of registration to speed up the registration process
Preparing your Team
There are several things that you can do as a team to prepare for this grand event. Those teamsthat come prepared tend to have the greatest success and the most fun. Here are some of theways that teams can prepare ahead of time:•
Team Leader Training
– This will allow your Team Captain and other team leaders to beready to take the full responsibility of leadership. This is key to your team’s success.•
– Work together to build teamwork within your team. Your success in theWilderness Challenge activities rely heavily on teamwork. Use C.O.P.E. exercises in your teamprogram to accomplish this.•
Build a Service Attitude
Service, spirit and deed. Instilling a general attitude of service andexcellence in your team will help them to succeed. Look for opportunities at the WildernessChallenge to go above and beyond what is expected.
Transportation for scout outings is very important. The BSA is very much aware of the specialneeds for travel. Being safe is of utmost importance. Please make sure there is adequate space forall passengers in the vehicles you will use for transportation to and from the rendezvous. Don't